|Historic pottery of the Kotzebue Sound Iänupiat (Volume Fieldiana, Anthropology, new series, no.18) - Lucier, Charles V|
A firsthand description of pottery making by the Kangigmiut of inner Kotzebue Sound, and the manufacture by an informant of a dentate-row pottery baton, serve as a point of departure for examining ethnographic and archaeological data related to the manufacture of pottery in the region during the historic period. The use of modeling clay impressions of marked sherds from historic sites makes possible a detailed discussion and reassessment of marking during a period when the ancient technology of ...
Keywords: Eskimos -- Alaska Kotzebue Sound Pottery; Ethnology -- Alaska Kotzebue Sound; Keramiek
|Ninth annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1887- 1888 (Volume 1888) - Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of Ethnology.|
Report of the ethnologist-in-charge, focusing on the ethnological results of the Point Barrow Expedition, by John Murdoch, naturalist and observer, International Polar Expedition to Point Barrow, Alaska, 1881-1883. Pp. 3-441, pls. I-II (maps), figs. 1-428. The medicine-men of the Apache, by John G. Bourke, Captain, Third Cavalry, U.S. Army. Pp. 443-603, pls. III-VIII, figs. 429-448.
Keywords: Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology -- Periodicals; Ethnology -- Alaska; Eskimos -- Alaska; Apache Indians -- Medicine; Indians of North America -- Medicine -- Southwest, New; Shamans; United States -- Discovery and exploration; Barrow, Point (Alaska); Museum Collection; Special Collections